The Good Old Days?
Jun 12 2014
Getting published used to be straightforward in the old days – or did it? Recent developments in self-publishing have opened up new avenues for today’s budding writers to reach their public and mean that, for some, SAEs and rejection slips are a thing of the past. We speak to Mark Edwards, Mari Hannah, James Oswald and Mel Sherratt, four hugely successful authors who have all forged their own separate paths through the shifting publishing landscape. Chair Martyn Waites will be acting as gatekeeper.